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Tag Archives | Turkey

  • Hassan Sheikh Mohamud, President of the Federal Republic of Somalia answers questions from the media on the Somalia Conference in London, 7 May 2013. Source: UK Foreign Office

    The Enigma of the London Conference on Somalia

  • Iran, Israel and the U.S.: The Slide To War

  • President Barack Obama in the White House press briefing room

    Now is not the Time for Intervention in Syria

  • Staton Winter/UN Photo

    The U.S. Reassesses the China-Africa Relationship

  • Moscow’s Leadership Gamble in Syria

  • A man arrives at the Badbado camp for Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs). Famine has been declared in two regions of southern Somalia – southern Bakool and Lower Shabelle.  Stuart Price/UN

    The Somali Famine, Despair and Resilience

  • Why Leaving Syria Alone is a Good Idea

  • EPA

    Turkey and the Syrian ‘Abyss’

  • Likelihood of Regime Change in Syria

  • Ruthlessly Pursuing Middle East Grand Strategy

  • Syrian President Bashar al-Assad

    Syria Uprising Falls Victim to Power Plays

  • Understanding Tunisia’s Elections Results

  • President Barack Obama talks with members of his Middle East Policy team in the Oval Office, Sept. 1, 2010. Pete Souza/White House

    Arab Spring, Israeli Isolation

  • Mark Garten/UN Photo

    The UN Security Council’s Biggest Hypocrites

  • Erdoganism: A Word of Caution

  • Bashing the European Union in the United States

  • Syrian army soldier taking position next to damaged buildings, during a patrol in the Daraya area in the outskirts of Damascus, Syria. Source: SANA

    Turkey’s High Stakes Foreign Policy Gamble

  • President Barack Obama, right, thanks NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen at the opening of the NATO Summit in Chicago

    Is NATO Suffering from Mission Creep?

  • Roberto Stuckert Filho

    Emerging Powers in Africa

  • Marie Frechon/UN Photo

    The Impact of China’s Growing Influence in Africa